Last summer, the Pedal Pusher Society snagged a fair share of success on YouTube with a mock music video for "Eye of the Tiger."
Now, the girls' bicycle gang posted another video, this time a remake of Michael Jackson's "Beat It."
The "Eye of the Tiger" video received more than 500 hits the first day it was posted, and the group received an award from YouTube for being in the top 35th most linked-to video under the comedy heading.
"Beat It (a la The Pedal Pusher Society)" received about 3,800 views to date.
The Pedal Pusher Society is Milwaukee's first (and possibly only) all-girls bicycle gang. They organize events and group rides while promoting bicycling as a viable -- and fun -- form of transportation.
Check out the video:
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